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and complex engineering. man: water is essential to the economic viability of new york city. reliable infrastructure and reliable delivery of water is a must. you have to reinvest in the infrastructure every single minute to keep it current. hurwitz: we have the stock exchange, we have the united nations -- failure can have a dramatic impact on the nation, and even internationally. so there's a really keen awareness that you always have to be fixing the system. things corrode, they rust. they get to where you turn them on and nothing happens. but it is so totally used in every nook and cranny, that making any accommodation to shut it down, to do something to it, is very difficult. narrator: two massive underground tunnels, called simply tunnel 1 and tunnel 2, provide most of the city's water supply. they run hundreds of feet below manhattan, far deeper than the subways. built at the beginning of the 20th century, they are concrete-lined and bored through solid rock. they could last centuries. but the mechanical equipment within them will not. engineers in the 1950s discovere
: two massive underground tunnels, called simply tunnel 1 and tunnel 2, provide most of the city's water supply. they run hundreds of feet below manhattan, far deeper than the subways. built at the beginning of the 20th century, they are concrete-lined and bored through solid rock. they could last centuries. but the mechanical equipment within them will not. engineers in the 1950s discovered rust on the tunnel's valves. there were concerns that if they closed the valves for tunnel inspections, they may never open again, leaving new york city without water. so they chose to keep them open. as a result, there has not been significant inspection, maintenance, or repair of the tunnels in decades. no one knows their current condition. hurwitz: currently, city tunnel 1 and city tunnel number 2 would be feeding each half of the city. so you'd lose half the city if you didn't have a replacement. narrator: without half of its water supply, the city would shut down. for nearly 40 years, new york has been in the process of constructing a solution. man: this project is water tunnel number 3. we star
on water and wastewater infrastructure systems are actually paying for it. narrator: cities and municipalities across the united states are now facing this funding gap, between projected revenue and projected expenses, as they strive to maintain water quality and meet demand. new york is the most densely populated city in the u.s. and over 40 million tourists visit the city every year. the 1.3 billion gallons of water required every day are delivered by a system of extraordinary scale and complex engineering. man: water is essential to the economic viability of new york city. reliable infrastructure and reliable delivery of water is a must. you have to reinvest in the infrastructure every single minute to keep it current. hurwitz: we have the stock exchange, we have the united nations -- failure can have a dramatic impact on the nation, and even internationally. so there's a really keen awareness that you always have to be fixing the system. things corrode, they rust. they get to where you turn them on and nothing happens. but it is so totally used in every nook and cranny,
of those that much more. >> city officials saying 200,000 fans turned out today between the seats at the stadium, the scene outside the stadium, all along the parade route, and let's not forget of city hall. we took the whole of that live on the air and on line. our live team coverage continues now. to the stadium. captain roy taylor is monitoring the traffic situation getting in and out of the city. >> it is all quiet now, but it wasn't that way earlier today. this place was packed with raven's fans. hours before the parade, fans are getting their spot on the street. sunday's super bowl win was a dream come true. >> we were here about three hours before the parade. we are excited. >> i've never been to a super bowl or super bowl parade. this is a once in a lifetime experience we can enjoy together. ♪ >> the closer it got to the start of the parade, more fans showed up. soon, the sidewalk was packed from city hall to m&t bank stadium. >> i'm so excited. just really happy. >> we just won the super bowl, baby. best team in the country, world, that's it. ♪ >> it was almost an hou
winchester virginia right now, and not much going on in and around the city of washington first thing this morning, but if you are on your way out to early morning sunday services, be careful the tiny coating of snow we did get last night has left slippery spots on the road this morning. be on the lookout for that. and snow showers for sure, and amounts not amounting to much of anything and that the cold flow through here enough to ring out a snow shower or two from time to time but not enough moisture to work with so nothing to shovel or worry about. and yet another monday clipper comes racing through here bringing another chance for snow late monday evening into early tuesday morning. and so through this morning cloudy and cold with snow showers and temperatures in the low to mid-30s and then your breakdown during game time today, pregame 2:00 to 5:00, and temperatures in the upper 30s, and no real travel problems. during game time, 6:00 to 10:00, and skies will try to clear out just a little bit, and then going home after the game, mid-20s, be careful and it will be cold and slippe
ring conspiracy. when the charges were filed, the fbi raided a baltimore city warehouse and uncovered an underground prostitution ring run by a 30-year-old. it went far beyond the warehouse. investigators are calling it a conspiracy with simmons and another man to transport women to a least seven other states for sex. some of them not even 18. he has been indicted by a federal grand jury and remains suspended from the department without pay. >> state police are trying to determine if two trippers cross the line after arresting popular rapper 2 chainz. all the process on drug charges, the arresting officers asked to take a picture with him. that picture is going viral and is featured everywhere from tmz to mtv. he was in the area to perform at university of maryland eastern shore. >> three men have been arrested. the suspect rod two dozen stores -- the suspects robbed two dozen stores or the past six weeks. >> employees at convenience stores said they had been on edge since the first robbery on december 23. police caught up with the suspects after a pursuit that started in baltimore ci
are now calling the alleged prostitution ring-- run by a baltimore city firefighter-- a conspiracy. and investigators say it stretched far beyond the city limits. 11 news told you back in july when the charges were first filed... the f-b- i--raided a baltimore city warehouse and uncovered an underground prostitution ring--allegedly run by 30 year old jamar simmons. now: we're learning it went far beyond the warehouse. federal investigators are calling it a conspiracy--they say simmons and another man would transport women to at least seven other states--as far as south dakota--for sex. some of them... younger than18 years old. simmons has been indicted by a federal grand jury, he remains suspended from the department, without pay. three men are behind bars this morning, charged in a string of robberies at baltimore city and county convenience stores. investigators say the suspects robbed 2 dozen stores over the past six weeks. 11 news reporter kai reed has more. the first robbery was on december 23rd -- at this 'royal now to capitol hill -- where lawmakers have recessed for the pre
this morning in midland city, alabama. that's where police have been waiting patiently for five days now. waiting for a suspected gunman to release a 5-year-old boy he's holding in an underground bunker. police say it is this man, and we're starting to hear why he may have killed the bus driver earlier this week. we still don't know why he grabbed the child. joining me now is victor blackwell. temperatures dipped below freezing there overnight. i guess that's probably complicated the situation a bit. >> reporter: yeah. this is the first night it's been this cold. and we've spoken with people who live in this area of southeast alabama. and they tell us that it typically is not this cold this time of year. it dipped below freezing, but we've spoken with sources close to the negotiating process, and they tell us there are indications that this bunker is heated. so that these two people were safe overnight. we've talked a lot about the accused shooter and kidnapper and the victim. but the governor of alabama, robert brently really brought this home this is essentially about a little boy. and
are on a friday field trip in boston this morning. >> we are inside this city's historic hall. we'll get into everything that makes boston such a great place. there's a great crowd outside all fired up. can't wait to get outside and say hi to them. >>> meteorite coming out of russia, absolutely terrifying and frightening. >> this is something you expect to see in a weird movie. you can see that meteorite as it's burning, streaks across the skies in the euro mountains overnight, 900 miles of east of moscow. seconds later you can hear that loud explosion. >> unfortunately there's been some injuries this morning. duncan golestani has more. >> reporter: traveling at 33,000 miles per hour, no wonder people were panicking. streaking across an early morning sky, a burst of light and an explosion of sound. unverified pictures appear to show russian's city's close shave with a meteorite. locals heard and felt the shock wave of it passing. people stunned sbun sure of what they had seen were left staring at the meteorite's trail. this man said it lasted three, maybe four seconds. more than 400 are
otherexplosion. powerful meteor explosion. fox's adam houseley has more. >> reporter: it is being called the city of broken glass. more than 20,000 people working to clean the broken glass. friday's meteor explosion blewout windows in some 2400 buildings. >> i told students to move from the windows and not long after, that the meteor exploded. they were all fine. however, when they got back to their seat. a piece of glass flew above their head. >> the explosion was believed to have packed as much power as 20 hiroshima bomb. the meteor was much smaller than the asteroid that flew by later. while receipt pairs go on, some residents are heading tout a frozen lake to look for meteorite fragments. i noticed that one these may be seven big sparkles went down this way. i better pay attention to where they fall. and then, of course, go and explore them. >> reporter: the governor estimates the damage to be in the neighborhood of $20 million. he does promise all the residents that all the windows broken out will be replaced within the next week. in los angeles, adam houseley, fox news. >>> a project is und
to the city that never stopped believing in me and living in this team? we get to take the trophy back to baltimore as world champions. >> atrophy that has arrived in baltimore. some of the pictures of ray lewis with the vince lombardi trophy. the pictures are spectacular. downtown as the team returns from new orleans, we go down to barry simms. >> we have the scaffolding set and the platforms all set. it seems the city is prepared and ready to have a parade. to welcome the ravens home. >> i will be in the parade tomorrow. >> decked out from head to toe, this ban is well-prepared to welcome home the super bowl champions. >> we love you. purple pride. be here tomorrow. there is great to be a kick off. >> the parade kicks off with a short ceremony at 10:45 a.m. at city hall in downtown baltimore. workers are erecting scaffolding to hold the sound system of cameras and they're putting up fencing to help with crowd control. >> we're excited. when you're watching and anticipating the win and they did, all the hard work we have been doing behind the scenes. we're excited about it. >> the par
pressure gets, we could see the potential for more snow and more cities impacted in the southeast. southeastern areas of new england maybe from the cape in toward long island up toward the cape and islands, this kind of area into southern maine. we'll see what happens with this computer model, randi at this point. >> thank you very much. >>> much more ahead this hour. here is a look at what we have coming up. >>> an iconic mayor has died, but a new film gives his life memory. >> this belongs to me. >>> it's the mystery that haunts america. why the parents of jon benet ramsey were not put on trial despite an apparent indictment. >>> his goal to make others' lives more public. so why is mark zuckerberg obsessed with privacy? my interview with the author who inspired the award-winning movie "the social network." for those nights when it's more than a bad dream, be ready. for the times you need to double-check the temperature on the thermometer, be ready. for high fever, nothing works faster or lasts longer. be ready with children's motrin. your doctor will say get smart about your we
with some areas getting more than a foot of snow. >>> investigators in kansas city try to stay ahead of that storm as they search for clues in a deadly explosion and fire that leveled a restaurant. >>> and a new twist in the oscar pistorius murder case. the lead investigator is now facing attempted murder charges. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, february 21st, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning a major winter storm packing heavy snow is moving into the nation's heartland. at least 15 states are under a winter watch or advisory, and tens of millions of people are in the storm's path. some areas can expect more than a foot of snow. heavy snow is already falling in kansas. state offices there will be closed until tomorrow morning. residents have been urged to stay off the roads. near tucson, arizona, the world golf championship match play event was suspended due to a freak snowstorm. blizzard warnings were posted in parts of the state. some areas of phoenix got two inches of snow and the snow in the midwe
to get to all those stories here on wusa9. but first, he added $417 million to the city's savings account and today, d.c. mayor, vincent gray, invited reporters. mayor gray is beginning to look like a candidate for reelection and a man no longer worried about a federal grand jury probe. >> what a difference a year or two can make. mayor gray decided a will lot of people are saying he could actually be the favorite. >> d.c. mayor no longer looks the part of a big city mayor under siege. >> how about a vest? no vest? >> do i have to wear that? >> you're the mayor. >> i don't want to wear it. >> with $1.5 billion added to the city's reserves, a record low homicide rate and unemployment rate just above the national average, mayor gray is anxious to talk about the job he's done in two full years in office. should you decide to seek reelection? is it the kind of record you feel quite confident throwing out there in a campaign? >> it is, bruce. you know, what i look at is, what do we promise to do in the first place? >> he looked like an incumbent. even if he hasn't declared. there was
. >> in mexico city, at least 25 people are wounded after the explosion at the headquarters of mexico's state owned oil form, the amex. dozens were reportedly trapped after the explosion with authorities warning the number of casualties could rise. the blast occurred in the basement of the building an office complex that also houses one of the city's tallest skyscrapers. the cause of the blast is still unknown. the company said the region they have to evacuate the building because of an electrical issue, but later tweeted that the attorney general's office was investigating the blast. and other news from mexico, thousands of campesinos marched in the capital thursday to protest the planting of genetically modified corn by u.s. corporations. u.s. firms monsanto, dupont, and dow have applied for permits to grow millions of acres of genetically modified corn in northern mexico. opponents say the crops will inflict poverty and forced migration on indigenous people and peasants, some of whom have been farming corn for generations. the national union of autonomous regional peasant organizations has
, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot, even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely... looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. >> new this morning, oakland police are investigating a fatal shooting that left one person dead and another wounded last night. the shooting happened just before 11 p-m in the area of 23rd street and telegraph avenue. that's near the oakland art murmur gallery walk. one person died at the scene and another was injured and taken to the hospital. no suspects are in custody. >> there are still few answers this morning after the discovery of the body of a teenage girl in a fairfield park. all authorities will say is that the unidentified teen was last seen boarding a bus to school in suisun city two miles away on thursday. a passerby found the girl
of charm city. >> we will have full coverage in just a minute. but first we have a school closing. garret county public schools are closed because of snow. >> tucker barnes is joining us now and if i'm tired, you must be exhausted. >> even before the game i was stressful yesterday and just a couple hours of sleep. tony asked about the sky, it's actually purple. >> i should have known. >> temperatures overnight in the 20s. and it's going to be another cool afternoon. highs later today will only top out in the mid 30s. let's get to the numbers. and at reagan national, 27 degrees. dulles, 25. most of the areas back in the 20s. you get the idea that we're off to a cold start. guess what we got on the way? another clipper system out to the west. we'll have sunshine for the first half today and clouds will arrive during the afty see the white on your map there, that's some snow shower activity. we'll have the risk of light snow around here. parts of the area could see light accumulations. not talking about a major event. but could have snow showers around. and could see a covering. worst case s
the whole city to meld. >> this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. >> more fans showed up and send the sidewalks were packed. >> we just won the super bowl, baby. the super bowl. best team in the country, world, that's it. >> the best super bowl parade ever. >> i'm so excited that all their dreams have come true. really happy this year. >> it was almost an hour late, but finally, fans got to see what they came for, their world champion baltimore ravens. [cheery] -- [cheering the] >> there is mr. ray lewis right there. >> there is, the lombardi trophy. you can see it. there it is. >> this is a day no one will ever forget. >> at the end of the parade, people spilled out onto the street, following the players to m&t bank stadium. >> from the parade it inside -- from the parade to inside the stadium, raven's got a welcome to their city of origin. >> they were told to expect about 30,000 people inside the stadium. 90,000 people filled the stadium and stood on the field. >> i don't think fans realized how many of their brethren would come to the stadium today. there was so much traffic c
. >>> today the d.c. city council is expected to discuss what to do with a $400 million surplus left over the last fiscal year. but in his state of the district address last night, d.c. mayor vincent gray said that money is required to go into the city's rainy day fund. however, mayor gray added that the same factors that led to the surplus will lead to other revenue gains. >> we will see a prosperity dividend materialize, a dividend that i intend to invest into some strategic initiatives that advance important goals for our city. >> mayor gray also touted the district's expanding population, booming real estate market, and a huge drop in the murder rate. >>> still to come on wusa9news, a battle over beer is brewing pitting one brewing powerhouse against scores of smaller operations around the country. >> and you know you are having a bad day when this happens the we'll show you how rescuers were able to reach two people trapped in this truck dangling from an overpass. we'll >>> if you want to talk about a rough day at work, look at this. the driver of a bread truck and passenger were nea
, alex savage. >> expect a large dui crack down before, during and after the game. cities across the bay area are setting up checkpoints like this one last night. a large show of force is a warning that drunk driving won't be tolerated. alcohol related car crashes increased 75% on super bowl sunday. >> you have the lights out. you have the cars out. we have the motorcycles out. we are trying to make a big impression that this is a big event and big thing for people not to do. >> in addition to checkpoints patrols will look for intoxicated drivers. bartenders, restaurant servers and people hosting super bowl parties can be held responsible if a drunk guest getting in to an accident. >> 49ers know they will have a big battlel tomorrow. joe joining us live from outside the super dome this morning in new orleans. good morning joe. >> reporter: good morning. i think we have got tone gotten to the point where we want to start playing but we are most familiar with the niners but the ravens are a good team and they have gone the under dog route. they had to win three playoff games. they had a
, was caught on one of the city security cameras. >> it shows the attack. it does not show it in clarity. it does show the attack. we pulled up the best images we could to give to your guys. >> police pulled these three images. the suspect is wearing a purple long sleeved shirt and a white hat. police have determined that smith and the suspect knew each other. >> we believe they had some sort of a prior dispute. we just do not know what it was about. >> he came up to colorado several times to visit me. >> where smith's mother was staying, his uncle was speaking for the family. his mother, too shaken up to speak with 11 news, as was his stepfather who was wearing this t-shirt in memory of his stepson. the family is still trying to make sense of the situation and is leaving it in investigators hands. >> i do not want to say anything to jeopardize an ongoing investigation. this is a difficult time for my family and the baltimore police department. >> investigators are reaching out to the public tonight, because there were so many people in that area along howard st.. investigators are askin
chief lanier is speaking out against a report that the city underreported rapes and sexual assaults. lanier says there's evidence proving flaws in that rert. pat collins has new details. doreen, they knew what they wanted to right before they researched it. those are the words of police chief kathy lanier. the chief is on the warpath. she says this report is flawed and she says it is wrong. please chief cathy lanier said the human rights watch report on the handling of sex crimes in our city is misleading and harmful. >> released before that there's 170 undocumented sexual assaults that police commonly mistreat victims that wouldn't exactly say to a young person or any person who is a victim of a sexual assault, are they going to want to report to police now? >> reporter: the human rights report said over a four-years period, d.c. police didn't document or investigate 170 sex assault cases. the chief says that's wrong. she is says they can account for 116 cases, and they expect to find more. >> we tried to tell them that the methodology they were using was wrong, but they were comfo
boswell is live from midland city, alabama with the latest. >> reporter: maureen, good evening to you. investigators have listed items, including a heater and blankets and also toys provided to the boy in the bunker. those were new items. they also had a message for the alleged kidnapper. >> i want to thank him for taking care of our child. that's, that's very important. >> reporter: investigators say alleged alabama gunman and kidnapper jimmy jimmy lee dykes is allowing food, warmth, toys and medicine to a 5-year- old boy he's been holding in a bunker tuesday since. as of now, the suspect is showing no signs of giving in. a day after the schoolbus was towed away as evidence, more stories are being told about the bus driver, charles poland, jr. >> surely this man died an american hero. >> the laughter and the love he had for kids, somebody would lay their life down. that's a hero. >> reporter: officials maintain the 5-year-old child has not been hurt. >> this whole nation actually is coming together and sending their support for this young boy. >> please, continue to be patient with
.f.x. heading into baltimore city. this situation will be changing this morning. it is a tricky situation. be aware for some flash freezing. everything's to be just fine. carroll county parents will be wanting to watch carefully. there's an early dismissal today. that will cancel elementary schools. wait for our announcement. it would mean the closing of schools for elementary schools but it has not happened yet. jennifer franciotti reporting live. >> thank you so much. the northeast is bracing for worse conditions. >> as much as 3 feet of snow in some areas. jay gray has more. >> the early warning signs for heavy snow pushing across the midwest. two systems that will collide later today across new england. >> it will explode and intensify. >> concern over conditions that could be some of the worst this region has ever seen. >> these numbers could be pushed to 28 or 30 inches of snow in some areas. >> residents are bracing for impact. another devastating storm surge. >> i am devastated. some >> are moving to higher ground. >> hi tate, high hurricane force wind, and northeast is the recipe
perkins. >> and i'm allison seymour. and we are going to check in on the party in charm city in just a second. a few school delays to pass along as another clipper system moves through the region. allegany and garret schools are on delay. grant, hampshire, hardy. >> our top story the superbowl celebrations in baltimore. victory parade gets underway in a little more than three hours. make their way to m and t stadium. and tucker barnes is right in the middle of it all with a look at all the excitement and your tuesday forecast. hey, tucker. >> reporter: good morning, tony. a lot of excitement. fans starting to show up. the big parade starts here at baltimore city hall at 10:45. expecting a few words from mayor, perhaps the coach and a few players. and that's going to wind down out to m and t stadium. everybody here thrilled about the raven's victory. the whole city has been in purple for the past couple weeks. i don't know if you can see it or not, all the buildings still in purple. and with the sun coming up we're going to lose the purple. we're expecting a sea of purple as thousand
. they're called the drop kick murphys, singing the unofficial anthem of the city of boston. i'm shipping us to boston from the great movie "the departed." and they're going to be providing some music for us in just a little while on this friday field trip for "today." i'm matt lauer, along with savannah guthrie, here in faneuil hall marketplace. such a big crowd of people that have been here all morning long. just want to give you this view, walk around and actually show the people back home. thank you so much for coming. this crowd goes all the way to your side. >> we had to divide and conquer. we have so many great fans. i just met a lady who has -- skipped going to the doctor today because she had to be here. >>> coming up, we are going to talk about all the things that make this such a great town. and, of course, including the famous boston accent. we're going to do our best to learn it. we've been practicing and we're going to sample some of the taste of the town, too. >> also ahead, boston native mindy kaelin is here, from "the office" and "the mindy project." what she loves most a
>>> this is wjz tv, baltimore. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood, now it's complete coverage, it's wjz, maryland's news station. >>> what went wrong? a police trainee shot in the head by his instructor. the instructor could face criminal charges. >> the violation of training policy revealed in our investigation. >>> here's what people are talking about tonight. >> new revelations about a police training day turned tragic. the trainee still in very bad shape at the hospital. we investigated breeches of pro toe cool and the moments leading up to his shooting. we have the latest details. >> reporter: that training officer has now been identified as william scott kearns. he is an 18-year-veteran of the baltimore police department. a baltimore city police training officer could face criminal charges after a training exercise went terribly wrong. state police now investigating what happened inside the old rosewood hospital sight. >> we will sit back and wait for the investigation to be completed. once that is done, we'll rev
, no bitterness. it's awesome. there's no other taste like it. america runs on dunkin' coffee. so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot, even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely... looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. >>> in today's business beat, another hurdle to health care for workers in virginia. and pepsi for breakfast? lauren simonetti is live in new york with those stories an a check of the markets. >> hello. happy monday to you. >> hope you guys are thawing out and hope the markets thaw out. >> if you look at the dow, everything was higher on friday. although, because of the snowstorm, so many traders stayed home it was low volume of the year. still work he did have some gains on friday. i want to look at the nasdaq because its closing left was the high of the in 12 yea
they reported their experiences and their impressions of santa fe combat the old royal city. and many of them could not believe that a royal city had houses made of mud. there was a little bit of culture shock. others took the exotic feel of the place in the beautiful mountain setting right away and that is true today. santa fe inspires strong emotions. for example a man named chris wilson who is an architectural historian at the university of new mexico wrote a book not too long ago called the myth of santa fe in which he documents the evolution of santa fe's style and quiet the civic fathers decided that we needed to see the look of an earlier time to attract tourism and why he feels that is not necessarily an advantage for santa fe's culture and certainly not to advance authentic indigenous architecture. a famous novel was written in the latter part of the 19th century that is still in print today. it has nothing at all to do with new mexico. it was an accident of chance that the author was general lou wallace who wrote ben-hur, a tale of the christ. the last three chapters were written in
.com. trump is city saying the legal system in this country is not a joke. it's not a toy for rich idiots to play with. >> a photo was posed of what he calls his secret service video at a long island elementary school. he says the fifth grade students who want to be secret service agents when they grow up kept him safe. too cute. that is your morning dish of politics. now for a look at the national weather, we turn to bill karins who has been earning his keep. >> historic blizzard in new england, a blizzard in the plains. and a crazy tornado in the plains. >> you must be really bored, bill. >> well rested. i can't believe no fatalities out of that tornado in mississippi. it was on the ground so long. it was on the daylight hours and a lot of people saw it and were able to get out of the way. 50 injuries and that total continues to go up. many homes and businesses destroyed. this was that track of that super cell thunderstorm. started on the border of mississippi, louisiana, trickled all across southern mississippi and alabama. on top of that, now we've had more thunderstorms over that reg
in new jersey around 6:00 a.m. new york city joggers and dog walkers took the friday morning flurries in stride but by tomorrow, manhattan could be buried under a foot of snow. >> if it is crazy, stay in. if not, keep on moving. >> reporter: parts of new york and new jersey that are still recovering from superstorm sandy are bracing for powerful winds and storm surges. hundreds of plow trucks are ready to spread 250,000 tons of salt on city streets and roadways. here in hartford, connecticut, people are preparing for two feet of snow. power outages are a major concern because hurricane-force winds are expected to hit the city. this home depot in manchester, connecticut was busy this morning. people are stocking up on salt, flashlights and other storm supplies. >> i got some extra flashlights. as long as you've got everything you need, the not that bad. i wouldn't say i welcome it, that's for sure. >> reporter: amtrak trains will stop running between new york and boston this afternoon. and many airports across new england are shutting down, canceling thousands of flights. marine layery
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jersey outside of new york city. that's heading up into new england today. everyone in new england, be careful on the roads. a coating of ice before turning to rain later today. also, oh, yeah, the blizzard's ending in the northern plains. an amazing monday. amazing week of weather. that's a look at your national forecast. here a look at the weather out your window. today in boston, at least temperatures will get warmer so a lot of the sidewalks and roads will begin to improve. the issue is that we're probably going to have up to a half an inch of rain. of course we have all that weight on the roofs. we're worried about roof collapse. word to the wise, everyone in new england, if you can get out there, clean the snow off your roofs today. the rain will soak up like a sponge. we don't want roof collapse. >> now we'll have ice on top of it all. >> yeah. >> thanks. >>> a chopper shooting, a reality tv show crashes, proof of life on mars, and great news for investors. >>> joe paterno's widow fights back with a new report by the former pennsylvania governor and attorney general. "early
. temperatures have been at or below the freezing mark all afternoon long. and that's the view from our city camera view. snowflakes flying through the street lights out there near national airport. i just checked out the window here at nbc 4 and the snowflakes are spotted here in northwest washington as well. 29 degrees is our current temperature. so this is going to be able to stick. here's the way it looks. light snow now all around the capital beltway. a little break already out towards interstate 81. so this little patch will die out. we may get a few more flurries. but temperatures all below freezing around the metro area and points north and west. so your saturday evening planner, light snow and snow flurries here for the next couple of hours. temperatures generally holding in the middle and upper 20s to near 30 degrees. most of this coming to an end by midnight. what does that mean for super bowl sunday? that forecast is coming up. >>> changes coming to the prince george's county fire department. it is reorganizing its staff. starting next month, some stations will see an increase in
convenience stores all over the county and the city since late december, but tonight it's all coming to an end. let's get the number and the span of the armed robberies. these three men were all behind them. the last three occurred within minutes of each other arm february 7th. they were spotted by the helicopter and tracked down. they're facing one dozen charges each including robbery and assault. the 15-year-old stabbed to death during the super bowl celebration is now laid to rest. family and friends said goodbye to dante smith at the new antioch church. the teenager was killed in a fight a few blocks away from the ravens victory parade. they're still looking for his killer and they have released surveillance videos of the suspect. the man in white hats, seen here. anyone with any information is urged to call the homicide unit at 410-396-2100. >> it has been a long, trying journey home but now thousands of passengers are off of the embattled carnival cruise ship, a triumph. we have more on that story from mobile, alabama. >> for some passengers who were adrift for more than four days, getti
to states like new york, where they have big cities and tougher gun laws. >> you know, ruth, when it comes to legislation it seems like other than the nra, there is some agreement on universal background checks. harry reid saying he supported it and a quinnipiac poll showing near 100% support for it in virginia as you look at the numbers right there. also new jersey and pennsylvania, a lot of support. is this where lawmakers can find some common ground right now? >> absolutely. i was at a breakfast with nra president last week sponsored by the christian science monitor and i asked him directly is this time different, and he said no, but i think this time is different, can be different and it particularly can be different on the subject of background checks, which really could -- they won't stop everybody who shouldn't have a gun from getting a gun, but they could stop a significant number of people who shouldn't have guns from getting guns. can i say one quick thing about the photo? two things. one is to the photoshop conspiracy theorists, i think it's very clear if you look at that photo
. david stevenson is here and tells us which cities are doing the hiring >> reporter: take a look behind me you can see some san francisco police recruits finishing off a day of class and drills. the competition for new police recruits isn't just in classrooms it's also between bay area badges today for 56 san francisco police officers. it means more room for new recruits for a department that's understaffed. >> we have a six year hiring plan we'll be hiring approximately 180 officers a year for the next 6 years. will get us you to full staffing. >> reporter: san francisco and other bay police and police departments are looking to recruit. >> we've gone from 2008 with 837 officers currently today we have 612 officers. > >> reporter: they set to graduate 41 new officers after recession era cutbacks. >> we don't think you can ignore the fact when you have reduction in staff you're going to see crime rise. >> reporter: san jose's police department is fighting recent layoffs and attrition to get back to a fully staffed force. >> we need every warm body that we can, but that's only a
orleans is buzzing with excitement. it's the tenth time the city has hosted the nfl's championship game, but it's the first time since hurricane katrina hit. with mardi gras, they're looking to show the world they're back and better than ever. nbc's jay gray has more from the big easy. >> reporter: super bowl weekend -- >> go ravens! >> go niners! >> reporter: in the middle of mardi gras -- >> it's a constant party. >> reporter: in the only town that could handle hosting both. >> you see the sports part. you see the bourbon street and mardi gras. it brings it all together. >> reporter: a difficult task in a city battered by hurricane katrina and stained by the bp oil spill but inwilling to break. >> we are proud here. >> reporter: legendary quarterback and a favorite son of the city, archie manning, says the big game and big easy is a tribute to dedication and sacrifice here. >> it's been a great story of the recovery. with a lot of help from the whole nation. >> reporter: a nation that is now joining in the celebration. >> this is fantastic. i've never been. you couldn't ask for a bett
, targeting innocent people in this city and in this region. yesterday leaders from throughout the region including leaders from businesses and unions, government, law enforcement and community groups came together to pull resources and protect our core values of public safety. collectively this group that by my office is posting a reward of $1 million for information that will lead to mr. dorner's capture. we will not tolerated anyone undermining the security, the tranquility of our neighborhoods and our communities. we will not tolerate this rein have terror that has robbed us of the piece of mind that residents of southern california deserve. we will not tolerate this murderer remaining at large. authorities from los angeles, irvine, riverside, the f.b.i., the united states marshal service and other agencies are working together to bring this ordeal to an end. let me say this. some of you have heard me say this over the last seven and a half years again and again. we are safe as we are. we are safer than any time since the 1950s and no small part because the lapd, the sheriff's departm
here in california. the city of san francisco file would a brief saying prop 8 was discriminatory. the court will hear the case march 26th. >>> what will president obama do? will he get involved with the debate? mr. obama has stated that same-sex couples should have equal rights. when asked whether he will take a position in the high court case, the president said only that the solicitor general was looking into it, and he had no further comment. >> employees in the south bait need your help to identify a serial bank robber linked to five heists starting january 8. since then he's robbed four other banks, the latest on tuesday in santa clara. they're releasing surveillance photos of him in action hoping someone will recognize the man. he's described being about 35 with a muscular build. three of the branchs were wells fargo branches and they're offering rewards leading to the man's arrest. at what the cost, clean-up? the city of san jose is shelling out tens of thousands of dollars to take care of its continuing problem with homeless encampments. damian trujillo uncovered that how
with the internet. but zero well, i can book a ticket now and every day we exclaim cover city eight years getting is quickly and easily are a commonplace things that i don't think it's a cheap ato and evaluating it. i'm not so sure of americans remember burkett was a rockefeller or carnegie, yet yet we drive across bridges with steel. that's a carnegie kids. we used cars powered that will, it will rockefeller built them is the financial system and consuming is built on a system developed and created by people at pulitzer. pulitzer came to the united states and unearthing the soldiers and they went to europe and he didn't really see any action. like many veterans after the war he was on foot, often afterwards hard to integrate people into the economy. he ends up in st. louis greek becomes befriended by a major who becomes a senator from missouri this newspaper publisher. pulitzer enters the road. within five years of his dreamy night state companies elected state legislature to stare. it's that kind of speed of immigration 19th century when people would come in. to become successful in a really sh
restaurant in kansas city after a natural gas explosion just blew it apart right before the evening rush. witnesses said the blast sounded like thunder and felt like an earthquake with a force so great it knocked out windows blocks away. flames from the massive four-eye hrarp four-alarm fire soared high into the night sky leaving 14 people injured and left two unaccounted for. one of them was found, is being treated in the hospital. firefighters with cadaver dogs are trying to locate another person, a woman who worked at jj's restaurant. >> we've been in contact with jimmy francey the owner. his first concern was not the restaurant, or the 27 years he's been in business but the people who worked with him in that business for a number of years and their safety. he was out of town and heading back into town when we first talked to him. jenna: mike tobin is live in san cast city missouri with more on this. mike, what is happening there now? >> reporter: i can step out of the way and let a cameraman zoom in so i can show you the primary activity going on here in the morning. what you see mos
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